“Nobel Biocare believes the laboratory is upfront and integral to the treatment process,” said Tom Olsen, President and General Manager, Nobel Biocare North America, at the company’s NobelProcera Innovation Forum and Reception on Friday night. “Nobel Biocare’s focus is on three value drivers: designing for life, partnering for life and learning for life.”
Joining Olsen on stage were Stefan Holst, DMD, PhD, Global Head of Research and Science, and Peter Wohrle, DMD, MMedSC, a prosthodontist from Newport Beach, CA, who is also a technician. They showcased how...
- July 2013
"Patients don't want implants, they want teeth. Nobel Biocare is deeply committed to patient care and the dental technology profession and making the technician's job as easy as possible," said Richard Laube, Nobel Biocare CEO, during his opening remarks to the 400 technicians at Dental Technician Day, part of the company's Global Symposium 2013 in New York City in June.
Moderated by Patrick Rutten, MDT, Dental Technician Day featured lectures emphasizing the partnership approach to implant dentistry by international dentist-technician teams including Dr. Tristan Staas and Michiel Wouters, Dr....
- April 2013
All-ceramics, implants, profit erosion and other hot topics inspired dialogue during the biggest weekend of the year.
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At LAB DAY, Nobel Biocare presented its latest innovations in dental implant-based CAD/CAM solutions, including:
NobelProcera® Abutments, now available on Biomet 3i, Camlog and Zimmer implant platforms (in addition to Straumann, Astra Tech and Thommen).
NobelProcera users can expand their business with the new in-lab scanning of NobelProcera Implant Bar Overdenture for Straumann implant platforms. These bars have been tested with a new 3D fit assessment to verify the precision of fit, reduce mechanical complications and ensure longevity.
Available later this year, the new NobelProcera 2G...
- April 2012
Nobel Biocare's NobelReplace implants now offer more restorative options with two additions to the line:
NobelReplace Conical Connection (CC) features an internal conical connection designed to preserve marginal bone by minimizing micro-movements and potential micro-leakage. It also withstands higher torque and lateral loading stress, minimizing forces on the retaining screw and prosthetic component. The implant has been designed with an integrated platform shift to increase soft-tissue volume for higher esthetics, is suitable for use with all prefabricated abutments and individualized CAD/CAM...
- November 2011
Luke Kahng, CDT, offers his step-by-step technique for fabricating a porcelain-to-titanium restoration using Nobel Biocare's NobelProcera scanner and GC's Initial™ Titanium porcelain.
- April 2011
No other specialty has been impacted by CAD/CAM technology more than C&B. Digitization has transformed this department over the last decade, allowing laboratory owners to streamline lab processes.
In November, Nobel Biocare acquired BioCad Medical, Inc., a developer of computer-aided software for prosthetic design, and formed an exclusive partnership with Optimet, an Israel-based provider of optical measuring solutions. As a result, Nobel Biocare is introducing new software and the new NobelProcera scanner that can scan impressions as well as models while also expanding the material and restorative options of the Procera System. LMT talks with Hans Geiselhoringer, global head of Procera at Nobel Biocare, about these developments.
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LMT Managing Editor Kim Molinaro attends Nobel Biocareâs Dental Laboratory Forum focused on innovations, esthetics and the impact of new technology in the laboratory.
Technicians at Marotta Dental Studio, Farmingdale, NY, offer a step-by-step explanation of how to fabricate a four-unit Telio CAD provisional bridge using Ivoclar Vivadentâs new Telio System.
LMT attends the 2009 IDS in Cologne, Germany, to find the latest innovations in dental technology that are digitizing and streamlining laboratory workflow and processes.
What recession? The crowds at this year's International Dental Show (IDS) made it easy to forget the turbulent global economy outside the exhibit hall walls. Over 100,000 attendees came to see more than 1,100 new products from over 1,800 exhibitors during the five-day event, held in March in Cologne, Germany.
U.S. attendees and manufacturers alike were dazzled by the sheer number of CAD/CAM companies at the show—a reported...
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"NobelProcera is a process, not just a product line," said Hans Geiselhöringer, global head of NobelProcera & Guided Surgery...
LMT talks with Hans Geiselhoringer, global head of Procera at Nobel Biocare, about the acquisition of BioCad Medical Inc. and the NobelProcera's new capabilities.